Barrington boys lose in penalty kicks, eliminated from playoffs

Eagles fall to Rebels in OT

Posted 11/18/20

The second-seeded Eagles came up just short in a playoff game against South Kingstown at Victory Field on Monday night, losing 4-3 in penalty kicks.

Barrington and South Kingstown finished …

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Barrington boys lose in penalty kicks, eliminated from playoffs

Eagles fall to Rebels in OT

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The second-seeded Eagles came up just short in a playoff game against South Kingstown at Victory Field on Monday night, losing 4-3 in penalty kicks.

Barrington and South Kingstown finished regulation play tied at 1-1, and remained knotted after an overtime period. The penalty kick shoot-out went in South Kingstown's favor, 4-3.

The loss spelled the end to Barrington's season; the Eagles had built an impressive 6-1-4 record this year.

On Saturday, Nov. 14, Barrington defeated Shea High School 4-0. The Eagles' Jackson Bennett scored two goals, while Eli Muller and Nico Arce each scored single goals. Nick Rockwell, Sam Faulkner and Luke Furnas each assisted on goals. Jason Troiano and Sean Imbush combined in net to make seven saves.

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